'BARNWOOD BUILDERS' RETURNS TO DIY NETWORK FOR SEASON 7
PREMIERING SUNDAY, JULY 15, AT 9 P.M. ET/PT
New York [June 28, 2018] Master craftsman Mark Bowe and his West Virginia crew are back for a new season of DIY Network's popular series Barnwood Builders. Premiering Sunday, July 15, at 9 p.m. ET/PT, the fresh 13 episodes will follow Mark and his team as they reclaim centuries-old cabins and barns and transform them into stunning modern structures. They will tackle several unique projects, including a rustic wedding venue makeover and the renovation of a 3,500-square-foot colonial into a 19th century log home. More than 4.8 million viewers watched the last season of Barnwood Builders, its highest rated season to date.
"We build more than cabins," said Mark. "We create homes built for memories. The stories of the past live on in the beams, and we put them together to help people realize their log home dreams."
In the premiere episode, Mark and the guys will help a special client make his late wife's dream come true when they build a cabin on the lake that she designed. The 1880s replica cabin will be crafted with more than 100 antique logs for an authentic pioneer look.
"Twenty years later, we're still taking down barns, and I think that's what this business is all about - doing what you love and surrounding yourself with the right people," said Mark.
For exclusive photos and videos throughout the season, fans can visit DIYNetwork.com/BarnwoodBuilders and interact on social media using #BarnwoodBuilders.
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